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Cgon fuel additive claims to reduce emissions by 80%

A new fuel additive system by Cgon claims to reduce emissions and increase fuel efficiency.

The product uses technology that results in significant emission reductions for all fossil fuelled engines, as well as enhanced fuel efficiency. The patent protected technology used in the system accelerates the fuel burning process in internal combustion engines, achieving near total combustion of the fuel. 

As a result, it reduces emissions of harmful chemicals such as Nitrous Oxides (NOx), Particulate Matter (PM) and Carbon Monoxide.  

The 100% recyclable E-zero 1 model can reduce harmful pollutants by up to 80% and improve fuel efficiency by up to 25%.

The product also claims to reduce engine running temperatures and hydrocarbon build up, prolonging the life of Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) on diesel cars.

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  • john Besnon - 27/08/2017 14:39

    As the Cgon introduces Hydrogen into the combustion mix,, I'd be interested to see if it has any negative effects on vehicle reliability- typically with a view towards embrittlement of the cylinder head

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  • Phil Greenyer - 31/08/2017 21:44

    Sounds good

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